Molly Gantz

Molly Gantz

2017 Spring Meeting Speaker
Senior Director, Talent & Development, Enterprise Technology & Operations for Corporate Technology, Thomson Reuters
Molly has over 20 years experience in leading large scale change, driving employee engagement, diversity and inclusion, and culture transformation. She is passionate about increasing gender diversity and inclusion at Thomson Reuters and leads its Technology Diversity Champions team.

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Y-Vonne Hutchinson

Y-Vonne Hutchinson

2017 Spring Meeting Speaker
Executive Director, ReadySet
Founding Member, Project Include
As a lawyer and advocate, Y-Vonne has worked with foreign national governments, the U.S. Department of State, and the UN. She is a member of Harvard Law’s Institute for Global Law and Policy network and an expert on labor relations and diversity in the workplace.

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Janet Ikpa

Janet Ikpa

2017 Spring Meeting Speaker
Senior Manager, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Lead, Hired
Janet leads and executes Hired's diversity and inclusion strategy. She focuses on increasing the level of inclusion and diversity awareness, commitment, and strategic action to attract, hire, and develop underrepresented communities in tech.

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Laura Lorenzen

Laura Lorenzen

2017 Spring Meeting Facilitator
Senior Consultant, Quotidian Group
Laura comes to the Quotidian Group with over 20 years’ experience in the Human Resources arena, and over 10 years as an HR executive. She brings to every coaching engagement a wealth of experience, particularly in the arena of helping senior executives address the unique challenges they face leading hyper-growth companies.

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Cynthia Owyoung

Cynthia (Cindy) Owyoung

2017 Spring Meeting Speaker
Founder & CEO, Breaking Glass Forums
Cynthia has established and led diversity and inclusion initiatives for nearly 15 years at organizations both large and small. She is known for integrating a diversity and inclusion lens into all aspects of the business, from talent management to product development.

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